We’d like to give shout-outs to those who’ve donated thus far to help us fund the equipment we need to resume making discs. Please visit their websites! Anyone else willing and able to make a donation, please contact us directly!
Our mission is to revive lost and forgotten yet vital artifacts of electronic musical instrument history by collecting, faithfully restoring and preserving original instruments; researching and presenting the stories of their inventors; and bringing to light the cultural impact both from the time in which they were made, and more importantly, how they can make an impression on our current and future cultural moments.
Adam Swalberg is a long-time supporter of our project. You can follow him on Instagram here.
Brian Woodard is also a long-time supporter of our project. He doesn’t currently have a link to follow for his musical projects, but we’ll update this post just as soon as he does.
Mitchell Froom is a legendary producer and current member of Crowded House. We’ve known Mitchell for years and he’s always been an enthusiastic supporter of our work. Crowded House is touring this fall- go see them!
Matt Cunitz is another old friend and big supporter specifically of our Orchestron work. In addition to being a prolific and talented keyboardist, Matt also offers repair services for vintage keyboards.